Top things to do while in Bequia!

5 Aug

Go to the Beach!

White sand, turquoise seas and secluded bays. Bequia’s beaches invite you to relax and spend time unwinding.


Bequia has been a favourite destination of sea-farers for hundreds of years. Our lovely Port Elizabeth is full of yachting supplies and services and our great beaches, bars and restaurants make Bequia the perfect shore leave.

Admiralty Bay on Bequia’s leeward coast offers a sheltered and popular anchorage for visiting sailboats and motor yachts. Port Elizabeth is a port of entry and provides customs clearance.

Turtle Watching

Get close up to sea turtles, swim with them, learn how to protect them. Discover your eco side.

The Old Hegg Turtle Sanctuary is located on Park Bay, a little further to the north of Spring and Industry. As well as the enjoyment of seeing juvenile sea turtles, it is also an educational experience. To see green turtles in the wild, one of the best places to visit is the Tobago Cays. You can book a boat trip there from one of the operators along the waterfront in Port Elizabeth.

Diving and Snorkeling

Dive operators offer professional dive certification courses as well as try-dive adventures.

The colourful fish, clear waters and fascinating marine creatures around our shores will have you coming back for more.

For experienced divers, you’ll love our critters and colourful reefs and you can explore our interesting shipwrecks as well, all within recreational dive depths.

Most scuba diving is along the leeward coast and dive sites are a very short boat ride away.


Snorkeling is particularly good at Spring Bay and Industry Bay on the windward side of Bequia. These gorgeous beaches make a great base for snorkeling trips.

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